Experts discuss the health of Christina Lake at annual review meeting

The Christina Lake Stewardship Society (CLSS) held their annual review on Dec. 4 at the Christina Lake Community Hall.

Barb Stewart

The Christina Lake Stewardship Society (CLSS) held their annual review on Dec. 4 at the Christina Lake Community Hall. More than 80 people from around the Boundary and beyond got to hear from a myriad of different speakers on the health status and future plans for the area.

Introducing the speakers and acting as facilitator was Grace McGregor, RDKB Area C (Christina Lake) director. Speakers included Brenda LaCroix, CLSS stewardship coordinator and project manager; Jolene Raggett, environmental impact biologist for the Ministry of the Environment from Nelson; and Dave Webster, conservation officer for Grand Forks.

Also speaking was Graham Watt, project coordinator for the Kettle River Watershed Plan, who launched the official start of the recently completed plan.

 

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